Fishing is what famous literary hero Moby Dick did after getting in a big fight with a big whale. Get hooked with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $62 for a four-hour sport fishing charter for one (a $125 value)
- $124 for a four-hour sport fishing charter for two (a $250 value)
During the four-hour excursion, Captain Ed sets baits of the back of the boat and trolls through Atlantic waters, luring fish such as Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, King Mackerel, Barracudas, and occasionally Marlins. Guests can sit out in the sun and fish, or hang out in the air-conditioned cabin until there's a tug on the line.
Ed Provides all fishing supplies, snacks, and beverages, but recommends his guests bring their own sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, and cameras. Furthermore, his fishing license covers everyone on the boat. See here for more FAQs.
Sticks and Stones Fishing Charters
Captain Ed, owner of Sticks and Stones Fishing Charters, maps out the area's most fruitful fishing spots every day. He then ferries anglers of all experience levels to these spots on his 46-foot Post Sport fishing boat during full- or half-day fishing excursions. With baits hung from the rear of the boat, he sets off from the Pompano Beach dock for floats through local Atlantic waters or anchor-drops at nearby reefs and shipwrecks. Captain Ed also helms private, multi-day trips to the Bahamas, as well as 12–15-hour tuna-fishing trips to an area locally referred to as the "Other Side". From prime spots on the boat's top-side shaded deck, anglers have ensnared mahi mahi, grouper, and barracuda, as well as the occasional Aquaman. Not all the action is above-decks, however; an air-conditioned cabin features amenities such as cushioned benches and a TV with live satellite feeds. The boat is also outfitted with two full showers for cleaning up after a long day of handling fish and bait.
84% of 49 customers recommend
“Great day of fishing”
“Amazing experience. Awesome captain and crew! Perfect all around. ”
“Had a good time. Friendly crew and always had a hook in the water. Caught a dozen fish.”